|quando omni flunkus, mortati||When all else fails, play dead|
|beatus ille qui procul negotiis, ut prisca gens mortalium, paterna rura bobus exercet suis, solutus omni fœnore||happy the man who, remote from busy life, is content, like the earlier race of mortals, to plough his paternal lands with his own oxen, freed from all borrowing and lending (Horace)|
|Cave quid dicis, quando, et cui||Beware what you say, when, and to whom|
|cui Pudor, et Justitae Soror, incorrupta Fides, nudaque Veritas; quando ullum invenient parem?||when will Honor and Justice’s sister, uncorrupted Faith, and naked Truth, find anyone equal to him?|
|cum, quando, ut, ubi, cum||when|
|de omni re scibili et quibusdam aliis||of all things knowable and certain others (i.e., to have a great deal of knowledge; a “know it all”) (quoted by Mirandola)|
|dum deliberamus quando incipiendum incipere jam serum est||while we are deliberating to begin, the time to begin is past (Quintilian)|
|est tempus quando nihil, est tempus quando aliquid, nullum tamen est tempus in quo dicenda sunt omnia||there is a time when nothing may be said, a time when something may be said, but no time when all things may be said|
|homo constat ex duabus partibus, corpore et anima, quorum una est corporea, altera ab omni materiæ concretione sejuncta||man is composed of two parts, body and soul, of which the one is corporeal, the other separated from all combination with matter (Cicero)|
|in omni adversitate fortunæ infelicissimum est genus infortunii fuisse felicem||in every kind of adversity, the bitterest part of a person’s affliction is to remember that he was once happy (Boëthius)|
|in omni re vincit imitationem veritas||in everything, truth surpasses its imitation (Cicero)|
|incertum est quo te loco mors expectet; itaque in omni loco illam expecta||it is uncertain in what place death awaits you; therefore, be ready for it in every place (Seneca)|
|Inhumanitas omni aetate molesta est||Inhumanity is harmful in every age. (Cicero)|
|Ita erat quando hic adveni||It was that way when I got here|
|lætus in præsens animus, quod ultra est oderit curare, et amara lento temperet risu. Nihil est ab omni parte beatum||the mind that is cheerfully contented with the present will shrink from caring about anything beyond, and will temper the bitter things of life with an easy smile. There is nothing that is blessed in every respect (Horace)|
|Nihil est ab omni parte beatum||Nothing is good in every part. (Horace)|
|nihil est ab omni parte beatum||there is nothing that is blessed in every respect (i.e., there are no unmixed blessings) (Horace)|
|non intelligitur quando obrepit senectus||we do not perceive old age, seeing it creeps on apace (Cicero)|
|O rus quando te aspiciam?, quandoque licebit nunc veterum libris, nunc somno et inertibus horis ducere sollicitæ jucunda oblivia vitæ?||O country, when will I see you?, and when will I be permitted to quaff a sweet oblivion of anxious life, now from the books of the ancients, now from sleep and idle hours? (Horace)|
|omni autem in re consensio omnium gentium lex naturæ putanda est||but in every matter the consensus among all nations is to be regarded as the law of nature (Cicero)|
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